1. Monopoly 💵💰
3. Past my Good Read goal of 25 , I have read 27 and counting📚
4.🤔none I can think of that I was putting off , but really enjoying Next Year in Havana by Chanel Cleeton
5. Anyone buying books for Christmas gifts?
I am going to buy one of my daughters Gutsy Woman by Hillary Clinton and Super Attractor by Gabrielle Bernstein for my other daughter
The story is set in a affluent area of Connecticut, It starts with a young girl and a disturbing incident.The narrator turns out to be the psychiatrist that tries to help her and the family,but he also gets involved beyond his profession, with a few twists,it turned out to be a good thriller.
I enjoyed it,and was surprised at the end.
I wanted to love this book,but it was ok.
I did like the two main characters Gideon and Harrowhark, and how their relationship was written and how it evolved.
I thought the plot and characters were confusing at times and never got a clear understanding of what was actually happening and in what direction it was going.
Towards the end things became more clear and finally some sword fighting that was absent through most of the story🤷🏼♀️
What an adventure I really enjoyed it.
The story was time consuming with rich writing, and many characters so it took me a little longer but it was worth it.
I plan on reading the third book in the series 🧛🏻♂️🧙🏻♀️
1.tagged book I really enjoyed
3. I went to my country line dancing class 💃
4. I can whistle by pursing my lips but not where you put your fingers in your mouth, I always wanted to do it that way and never figured it out, I can snap my fingers
4 @JoScho @Megabooks
This story is set in the late 60s early 70s,at a time when woman took there husbands word with out questioning,when people were ignorant about the the disabled.This is a fictional story but was based on an institute in Massachusetts that existed. But this was mostly about a mother who ended up being courageous who loved her daughter and was willing to test her boundaries to save her.
Readings been slow lately because of this guy, but that‘s ok spending time with him is so worth it!really enjoying the tagged book 📖
1. City of Girls by Elizabeth Gilbert, I have had it in my
iBooks and keep picking up other books 🙄
2. I haven‘t re-read anything in years,one book I plan on re-reading is A prayer for Owen Meany by John Irving.
3. 🤔between physical and ebooks over 💯
4. Becoming by Michelle Obama 5🌟
5. @samanthagutt @sudi @Ash.on.the.line @Liatrek @hes7 @Erofan
This was an interesting story,the main character Jessa takes over her family taxidermy business,she is complex on many levels her relationships with her family,the business, and her memories. Some of the descriptions made me uncomfortable but I think in the end it helped shape what the author wanted to come across.
A fantasy with great character development&story line,Another kickass female but in this story a little darker then others I have read.
I am not sure if this is considered YA,it probably is because the characters are 14-16 definitely trigger warnings for violence and sex.Honestly I really enjoyed it,but I don‘t always think some of the sex and violence is necessary for YA 🤷🏼♀️
1. My Twitter is marza@dumeer
2. I don‘t , I might, I am more of an email person, I have terrible handwriting 😕
2. Writing,I love to read but would love to learn even how to do good reviews,I have a hard time articulating what I want to say.
3. 🗣to two new friends @Socal1 @Reagan-reads
I feel proud I read three in a half books this month 👏🏼I wish I could finish Nevernight before the clock strikes
Midnight 🕛 but that probably will not happen
Reading has been going slower this week, but that‘s ok, my new grandson is here and we are over the moon🥰😍
1. nail chewing 🤮
2. My birthday is Nov,nothing to this day made me crazy happy besides books or gift cards for books,but what will make me over the moon in 2020 for a dem 🤞🏻🙏🏼to beat trump 🥳🎉
3.success should be measured by just being a good and kind person,I have many successful people in my life!
4 @TamTracy @ReadingIsMyHobby
Thanks for the tag @sudi 🥰
1. I liked the way this book revolves around tradition and family.
2. The descriptions of the lake and cottage were vivid
3 just a little too perfect and predictable for me
I enjoyed Crooked Kingdom as much as Six of Crows.
Amazing characters,you really get to know and love them, I love the bits of humor it makes the characters more real. The descriptions brings you into their world ,a really thought out plot,A top of the line YA series 5 ⭐️
1. Already picking yellow squash and zucchini and few cucumbers from my garden🥬🥒🍆
3. Strawberry shortcake with a real biscuit not a sponge cake, and real whipping cream🍓
4. Seeing my grandson on Sunday
5. Will do 😁
2. In Boston is a restaurant where all the wait staff is rude on purpose, it‘s called Dicks last Resort, might be a chain, why anyone would enjoy that is beyond me.
3. Yes I do 🍽📖
4.good question 🍨moose tracks meets peppermint stick😂
5. @Erofan @sudi @OneCent76 @ljuliel
1. The Broken Earth trilogy by N.K.Jemisin
2. Relish 😝
3. Not a fan of heights or small places
4. 2 sisters,one of my sisters died of cancer 27 yrs ago,it‘s hard to believe as I write this that it‘s been that long.
1. My oldest friend Jill,we met at our first job 40 yrs ago 😮and have worked together ever since!
2.hands down ,Aruba 🌅
3. I keep my moms perfume ,Beautiful reminds me of her
4. My Dear Hamilton 👍
5. @Ash.on.the.line @wanderinglynn
Thanks for the tag @Erofan
1. Looking forward to going to Cape Cod with this nugget next weekend!
2. Old Town Road by Little Nas X
3. Perm 😬 back in the 80‘s 😂
4.painting by number 🎨
5.this is one of my favorites from last weekend, love this kid!
This was a wonderful historical fiction written by two authors Stephanie Dray&,Laura Kamoie. It is told by Eliza Hamilton,starting from the beginning of the revolution her trials and tribulations not only with her husband but with the politics.Hamilton was a passionate believer in the foundation of this country and she stood by him in life and after his death. Wonderful descriptions,fact and fiction interwoven, seamless story telling.